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FOOD AND HEALTH
DO WOMEN READ
our little books which come so regularly to their homes? Indeed they do, and if only one is left at a two-family
house we are asked to send another at once. We feel sure that they are read from cover to cover.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S MEDICINES
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
The original Pinkham medicine and best known of all.
It has been on the market for nearly fifty years and is put up in the following forms:
Dose--One tablespoonful every four hours through the day.
Dose--One tablet every four hours through the day.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash. FOR LEUCORRHOEA AND INFLAMMATION Liquid, a concentrated
extract, ready to dilute and use at once, the most convenient form. Use daily as a vaginal injection. Add one
teaspoonful (in severe cases two teaspoonfuls) of the Sanative Wash to one pint of warm water, mix
thoroughly and it is ready for use. (Can be had, if preferred, in dry form, to steep.)
Lydia E. Pinkham's Blood Medicine. FOR POOR BLOOD
We recommend this as a good blood medicine for either men or women. Dose--One tablespoonful three times
a day, ha